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and he should be there. >> a flight called back to the airport minutes after takeoff. why the fbi says it was a hoax and who may be behind a call that started it all. >> this is no hoax -- spirit airlines is moving from one local airport to another. the lineup of destinations next. president clinton: ts election to me is about which... candidate is more likely to return us to full employment. this is a clear choice. the republblican plan is to cut more taxes on upper-income... people and go back to deregulation. that's what got us in trouble in the first place. president obama has a plan to rebuild america from... the ground up, investing in innovation, education... and job training. it only works if there is a strong middle class. that's what happened when i was president. we need to keep going with his plan. president obama: i'm barack obama and... i approve this message. >> and the owner of a woodbridge beauty shop is under arrest night, accused of sexually assaulting a 17-old girl who was applying for a job. he took a teenager to a back room and inappropriat
the system opens on monday morning. >>> the fbi is trying to track down the person behind the airline hoax. the culprit called police this morning and they said a particular passenger would try to carry a dangerous substance on to the u.s. airways flight from philadelphia to dallas. that flight was already in the air, but the plane quickly returned to philadelphia. police, they detained the passenger who was named by the caller and searched the plane, but they did not find anything dangerous. it resulted in really a big threat to all the passengers. >> reporter: they said the person that made the phone call could be looking at pretty stiff criminal charges. >> yeah, note remotely there. >> it seems like they have a smart day to make you feel connected to your friends, to help you find direction. just about anything you need. >> reporter: but at what point did the applications become an addiction? well, a recent survey here finds 65% of the respondents say they cannot live without their phones. 40% say they would give out coffees first. 18% said they would stop bathing every day before part
explosives. the fbi and tsa reported he was aboard the flight, but the flight had already taken off. so it was ordered to turn around and come back to philly. the airbus taxied to a remote section of the airport were heavily armed lot of enforcement vehicles and personal surrounded it. >> we removed the mail in question. we checked him and his carry-on luggage and determined he was not in the possession of anything dangerous hazardous or illegal. >> the plane was also searched. nothing was found and the all clear was given. some of the passengers booked other flights and missed their connections. given the hassle and resources connected, authorities said it's no laughing matter. >> look at the resources that were expanded and delays to the passengers, the expense to the agency involved in the airport authorities. >> all indications are this is a hoax and a pretty nasty trick was played out a passenger and it resulted in a threat to all the passengers. >> of the innocent passenger had guns drawn on him and was handcuffed. he was released, but his ex girlfriend and her new beau
. >> the state bureau of investigation and the fbi were able to eventually identify that shoe as a hush puppy shoe, and it was a size 12, which was the same size that he wore. >> throughout the investigation, jason stead fastly maintained his silence. he even gave michelle's family custody of his daughter rather than face a legal battle where he would be asked some tough questions. >> everyone that we spoke with, all of them talked about how much he loved cassidy and what a great dad he was. to just turn over primary custody, that was very surprising. >> investigators had heard enough. they believed they had a case. circumstantial, but a case. three years after michelle young's body was found on the bedroom floor, jason young was charged with her murder. investigators and prosecutors knew that very little pointed directly toward jason young, but so far nothing pointed away. coming up, the case against jason young as an alleged killer and as a cheating husband. >> we had an intimate relationship for the two days that he was there. we ended up having sex. >> he never settled down. >> when "date
confirmed a police car was parked outside the woman's home overnight. yesterday when the fbi was asked if the bank manager might be in on the heist -- >> unless evidence suggests that to investigators, we're treating this employees as a victim. >> reporter: the bank robbers outfitted her with a device that appeared to be a bomb and forced her to take money from the east l.a. bank of america branch where she worked. the device was detonated. it wasn't real. the robbers got away with a substantial amount of money. today detectives left the bank megger's home with boxes and evidence bags. they weren't talking, but neighbors were. some expressed doubts about the details of the heist. >> a little. [ laughter ] poquito. >> reporter: others expressed fear. >> i watched my bag, because i was nerve on you coming in, and maybe something is watching or somebody is still out there since they haven't got caught. >>> that was beverly white reporting from los angeles. >>> now at 6:00, we are live from charlotte on the big night for the president. >>> live right now at the democrat ecnational conventi
but the fbi is digging for clues in her home and car. in a city known for bizarre bank robberies, this heist has quickly taken its place near the top of the list. for cbs this morning, i'm bill whitaker in los angeles. >>> john miller, a former lapd deputy commissioner joins us now. hello. >> good morning. >> maybe i've been watching too many tv shows, i thought are they sure the bank manager isn't involved? i know the investigation is continuing. >> let's be frank here. that's the uncomfortable part. i say that because it is part of the process. when there's a child kidnapped, the first people they look at are the parents, not because they have anything to do with it but they need to eliminate them. to be quite candid, they're going to look at the bank manager hard, not because there's any reason to believe or suggest that she's a suspect. but that's a starting place which is it, you want to hear her story as an investigator. you want to see is it consistent? does it make sense? does it stand cross-examination? and at the same time, they're going to be looking at all the other leads also. >
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